Not all economic indicators have turned green
12 meetings with portfolio managers on offer
Natural resource and population tailwinds
Conventional wisdom suggests that US recessions usually follow an inverted yield curve. Given that the US yield curve has once again inverted, should we assume that a recession is on its way?
Six managers give their views
Takes place on 4 February
Capital Group, T. Rowe Price and BlackRock register worst records
Recession due but will be relatively mild
Safe‑haven status of the dollar remains intact
Deep recession unlikely
Warning signs in US data
Firm has 12 funds in new standings
Clouds of Brexit and trade wars still hang over investors
Improving companies' digital marketing strategies
Expanding European strategy
T. Rowe Price makes double hire
Reporting to head of global equities Pieter Fourie
Far Eastern nation could pick up where other EMs could falter, manager argues
Which countries will perform well?
The themes and markets best placed to benefit from tech boom
The Fund Management Equity Index 2019
Industry Voice sponsored by T. Rowe Price: Disruption in its various forms—technological, political, economic, and monetary—is likely to drive global financial markets in the coming year.
Worst quarter in several years in Q4